Aaron Lavers Aaron Lavers - 11 months ago 74
HTML Question

Generated meta tags fail w3c validation

I'm checking some markup for an app we're working on, and one of the wakanda-generated meta tags fails the W3C validation.

<meta name="WAF.packageJson">

The validation service is stating that the "Element 'meta' is missing one or more of the following attributes: content, property."

I am considering setting an arbitrary value for 'content' to pass the validation, but was wondering if there is a better way to do this for these particular tags?


That's the WD2 migration meta tag. It's added by default to your Pages to indicate that the Page be delivered using Wakanda WD2.

The correct solution is either remove it either fill it with dummy data. I suggest the latter.

If this meta tag is present, a package.json file is created and maintained for the Page. This file contains the page's dependencies, which are all the files that Wakanda Server needs to send over with the page when it is requested.

If you want to specify a specific package.json file, you can do so by specifying it in the content parameter:

If you want to disable the WD2 for one of your Pages, you can either remove the tag or modify its name so that WD2 does not find the "WAF.packageJson" name property in the Page.

You can find more information regarding this in the package.json doc and on the html page doc